Cognitive Vision

A cognitive vision system can achieve the four levels of generic computer vision functionality of detection, localization, recognition, and understanding. Cognitive vision requires the melding of two areas: computer vision and cognition. Another fundamental component of any cognitive system is memory. Inherently memory is limited and there is a need to consider how memory can be utilized for different purposes: context information, spatial layout, abstraction, etc.

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